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Fedora is widely recognized to be a smooth Linux distribution with up-to-date software, and is also used by a lot of developers around the world. Just around a 10 days ago Fedora 28 was released, bringing many changes and updated software. This review…
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If you have ever used a smartphone then you probably know about the android OS, and that it is an operating system made mainly for smartphones and other small devices by Google. Typically, Google releases the source code of all new android versions on its…
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So finally, after a long waiting and suspicious claims about postponing the release date, Ubuntu 18.04 LTS codenamed “Bionec Beaver” was officially released yesterday by Canonical. The new release suffered mainly from two bugs which could’ve postponed the…
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GNOME Software is the default application in the GNOME desktop environment to manage software. It also allows you to receive firmware updates through an underlaying daemon called “fwupd“, which is based on an platform called “LVFS“. In order to understand…
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Corebird is a native GTK+ Twitter client for Linux desktop. It is free and open source, and written mainly in C & Vala. We downloaded the latest official release and put our hands on the software. This is our experience is far. Corebird Review: Could be…
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The new Firefox Quantum browser from Mozilla brought tons of new features and updates. It is now faster, lighter and more organized than ever it was before. However, with the new Firefox Quantum technologies which detached the older APIs used for complete…
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Canonical finally announced the release of Ubuntu 17.10, the latest and most modern Ubuntu release so far. However, unlike many other releases, the Artful Aardvark can fairly be considered to be one of the most exciting Ubuntu releases ever. Following…
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We are all getting the software for free, but developing free and open source software is not free. Developers/Programmers have to invest time and effort in order to maintain their work. It’s very important that you contribute what you can offer for them.…
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Mozilla Firefox browser is moving to “web extensions” and is dropping support for the legacy XPCOM & XUL add-ons. This means that every single add-on you have on your browser won’t work with Firefox +57 unless it was rewritten using this new technology.…
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